Governments at all levels are looking for new and innovative ways to include individuals in vulnerable situations such as youth, migrants, persons with disabilities and families facing multiple challenges in the labour market and in society more generally.
This webinar brought together experts and government representatives for an active discussion, supplemented by a presentation of the recent OECD papers on Multi-level governance of Active Labour Market Policies and Integrating Local Services for Individuals in Vulnerable Situations.
Karen Maguire, Head of Division, Local Employment and Economic Development (LEED Programme), OECD
Tilde Ussing, Policy Analyst, Local Employment and Skills Unit, CFE, OECD
Alfonso Lara-Montero, Chief Executive Officer, European Social Network
Aurélie Robin, Head of the France Travail Project, Lyon Metropolitan Region, France
Alice Baltus, Deputy Head of Local Coordination, Actiris, Brussels, Belgium
Yuna Rogiers, Head of Local Coordination, Actiris, Brussels, Belgium
Thomas Britton, Portfolio Manager of the Working Well Programme, Greater Manchester Combined Authority, United Kingdom
Jeroen Jutte, Head of Unit, European Social Fund Coordination, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, European Commission
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ABOUT THE EVENT
This webinar is organised by the OECD Local Development Forum. The Local Development Forum is part of the OECD Local Employment and Economic Development (LEED) Programme. LEED was created in 1982, when OECD governments were struggling to provide solutions to the jobs crisis of the day and saw a need for an international forum to share innovative approaches to local job creation, social inclusion and economic development. Since then, it has continued to bring together policy makers and practitioners from around the world to identify, evaluate and disseminate promising approaches to local development.